How to Connect Apple Music to Alexa

You can now connect your Apple Music account to Amazon’s Alexa and play your tunes on any Echo device. Here’s how.

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Introduction

You can now ask Alexa to play music from Apple Music. With a little setup, you can stream any song, album, or playlist you want. Here’s how to get started.

What is Apple Music?

Apple Music is a streaming music service providing access to over 50 million songs. You can sign up for a subscription or access the service through a free trial. Apple Music is compatible with Amazon Echo devices, allowing you to play music from your Apple Music library using voice commands. Here’s how to set it up.

What is Alexa?

Alexa is Amazon’s cloud-based voice service that allows you to interact with Amazon Music using just your voice. You can use Alexa to play music from your personal Amazon Music library, streamed from Prime Music, or from iHeartRadio and TuneIn. You can also ask Alexa for information about the music playing, such as artist name, album name, and song title.

How to connect Apple Music to Alexa

Alexa is a digital assistant that is widely used in homes across the globe. One of Apple’s more popular services is Apple Music, their streaming music service. Luckily, it is possible to connect the two so that you can enjoy your music on your Echo device. Here’s how:

1. Open the Alexa app on your mobile device.
2. Tap the three lines in the top left corner of the screen to open the menu.
3. Tap “Settings.”
4. Tap “Music & Media.”
5. Tap “Link New Service.”
6. Select “Apple Music” from the list of options.
7. You will be prompted to sign in with your Apple ID and password. Once you do this, your Apple Music account will be linked to your Alexa account and you can start playing music on your Echo device

The benefits of connecting Apple Music to Alexa

If you’re an Apple Music subscriber, you can stream your music on an Amazon Echo device. Here’s how to connect Apple Music to Alexa.

One of the great things about having an Amazon Echo is that you can stream your favorite music from a variety of sources. If you’re an Apple Music subscriber, you can connect your account to Alexa and enjoy your music on your Echo device.

Here’s how to connect Apple Music to Alexa:

1. Open the Alexa app on your iPhone or iPad.

2. Tap theMenu button in the top-left corner of the screen.

3. Tap Settings.

4. Tap Music & Media under the Device Settings section.

5. Tap Link New Service and then select Apple Music from the list of options.

6. Enter your Apple ID and password when prompted and then tap Link Account.

Now, you can ask Alexa to play any song, artist, album, or playlist that’s available in your Apple Music library. For example, you could say “Alexa, play Hip Hop Hits from Apple Music” or “Alexa, play Ariana Grande from my library.”

How to use Apple Music with Alexa

Apple Music is a streaming music service that offers access to over 50 million songs. You can connect your Apple Music account to your Amazon Echo device and play music from your Apple Music library using your Echo’s voice. Here’s how:

1. Make sure you have an Apple Music subscription. If you don’t have one, you can sign up for a free trial or subscription here.

2. Open the Alexa app on your phone and go to the Skills section.

3. Search for “Apple Music” and select the skill when it appears.

4. Enable the skill and then follow the instructions to link your Apple Music account with Alexa.

5. Once you’ve linked your accounts, you can ask Alexa to play any song, artist, album, or playlist from your Apple Music library.

The best Alexa compatible devices for playing Apple Music

If you’re an Apple Music subscriber, you can play your music on an Amazon Echo using your voice. You can ask Alexa to play specific songs, artists, albums, genres, and moods. Here are some of the best Alexa compatible devices for playing Apple Music.

-Echo Dot (3rd Gen) – Smart speaker with Alexa -Charcoal
-Echo Plus (2nd Gen) – Smart speaker with Alexa and built-in hub -Charcoal
-Echo Show 8 – HD 8″ smart display with Alexa -Charcoal
-Sonos One SL – The powerful microphone-free speaker for music and more -White

Tips for using Apple Music with Alexa

There are a few things to keep in mind when using Apple Music with Alexa:

-Make sure you have the latest version of the Apple Music app installed on your iOS device.
-In the Apple Music app, go to Settings > Account > Country/Region and ensure that your country or region is set to United States.
-In the Apple Music app, go to Settings > Music > Variable Bit Rate and turn off Variable Bit Rate Encoding.
-In the Alexa app, go to Settings > Music & Podcasts and link your Apple Music account.

By following these tips, you should be able to use Apple Music with Alexa without any problems.

Troubleshooting tips for Apple Music and Alexa

Here are some tips to get Apple Music and Alexa working together.

If you’re having trouble playing Apple Music on your Echo device, here are some troubleshooting tips:

– Make sure that you have an Apple Music subscription. You can’t play songs from Apple Music without an active subscription.
– Check that your Echo device is correctly connected to your Wi-Fi network.
– Make sure that you’ve linked your Amazon account with your Apple ID in the Alexa app. Tap the Menu icon, then Settings, then Music & Media, and then Link New Service. Select Apple Music and follow the instructions.
– In the Alexa app, go to the Devices icon and tap the device you want to play music on. Tap Device Settings, then Calendar & Email, and then Add Account under Supported Accounts. Select Apple Music and follow the instructions.

Conclusion

If you’re an Apple Music subscriber, you can also connect your account to Alexa and play your music on an Amazon Echo device. Here’s how to do it:

1. Open the Amazon Alexa app on your iPhone or iPad.

2. Tap the menu icon in the top-left corner of the screen.

3. Tap Settings.

4. Tap Music & Media.

5. Tap Link New Service.

6. Tap Apple Music.

7. Enter your Apple ID and password, then tap Authorize to connect your accounts.

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